This panel discussion highlights the resources and services within academic libraries. Traditional library roles and outreach programming are discussed with special insight into the collections and materials of the area’s archive. Staff will present information about physical library holdings and programming with the intent to build relationships with area educators and to facilitate discourse on the library’s future role in K-12 education.
Panel Moderator: Benjamin Davis
Panel Station A: Library Collections (Beth Broyles)
Panel Station B: Library Services (Kell Carpenter)
Panel Station C: Special Collections and Archives (Joshua Kitchens)
This panel discussion focuses on innovative outreach practices, emerging literacy technologies, and library instruction. All topics discussed are geared towards fostering a greater interaction among academic libraries and k-12 educators with specific examples of area opportunities with the Georgia College Library & Instructional Technology Center.
Panel Moderator: Joshua Kitchens
Panel Station A: Library Outreach (Katherine Pope and Christa Kahea)
Panel Station B: Information Literacy (Jolene Wertz)
Panel Station B: Ebooks and Literacy Technologies (Benjamin Davis and Kell Carpenter)